• Barbera Reserve 2018
  • Barbera Reserve
  • Barbera-Reserve

Barbera Reserve 2018

Texas Heritage Vineyard

This delightful Texas barbera was barrel aged for 36 months. Hints of strawberry jam on the nose. Red currant, boysenberry, and watermelon come to mind when drinking. This same batch was awarded Best of Class at the 2021 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition and Gold at the 2021 San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo International Wine Competition.
Experience Hints of strawberry jam on the nose. Red currant, boysenberry, and watermelon come to mind when drinking.
Brand Texas Heritage Vineyard
100% Reddy Vineyard barbera. Aged 36 months.
Vintage 2018
BarrelNeutral Oak
Size 750ml
AppellationTexas High Plains
ABV 12.2%
PairingsItalian pasta
Roasted chicken
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